Students from St Anne’s Primary School learnt the secrets behind chemical reactions last week when they took part in a Scitech workshop.
There is a fairytale Fimmano comeback brewing at the Harvey Bulls.
Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke sent in a photo of herself on a farm and listed “agricultural” enterprises that she had allocated public funds to — including a bakery — to prove that she...
Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke has thrown her support behind youth in her electorate and has welcomed grants to organisations in Harvey and Waroona.
Business owners claim COVID-19 has started to reverse Australind’s retail apocalypse.
Despite leaving a strong legacy, Gibbs’ work has in the past been scrutinised for containing “racist stereotypes”.
Murray-Wellington residents may never know the origins of the pamphlet scandal that surfaced a week before the election, with the WA Electoral Commission revealing it could not comment...
I grew up reading the Harvey-Waroona Reporter as a child. It was my local paper and getting the opportunity to write for my community has been an absolute honour and a dream come true.
Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke has hit back at farmers who criticised her for endorsing a vegan organisation while representing a large agricultural electorate.
Bookworms will soon get the chance to scoop up some work from a couple of local authors, with Harvey’s Joel Whitwell and Waroona’s Jeanette Stampone both hitting the shelves.
Industry leaders are pushing for the “antiquated” Boyanup Cattle Saleyard to be rebuilt in the Kemerton Industrial Area in the Shire of Harvey.
An elected member should represent their electorate, and in prime farming territory you’d expect Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke to be offering support to hard-working farmers who put food on our
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Family and friends of Jamie Wooldridge have remembered his ‘cheeky smile’ after he was electrocuted at a popular resort.
The West Australian has you covered this footy season with every top-tier Aussie rules competition in WA broadcast live including WAFLW, WAFL colts, SWFL and WAFL league.
Businesses across Broome’s historic Chinatown precinct have battled with the break-ins, with some, including the Green Mango Cafe, enduring multiple robberies within two months.
The star arrived in the South West yesterday to taste test a local wine being made by a premium winery for her own booze brand.
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A South West man who previously assaulted his then-pregnant ex-parter and left her unconscious has been denied bail after he allegedly breached a family violence restraining order to see her.
Country Downs Station’s owners have described the heartbreaking scene they arrived to on Sunday morning where their prized stud bull had been shot blind and another butchered and left to rot
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Charlie Clancy appeared by video link from Roebourne Prison in South Hedland Magistrate’s Court last week, charged with burglary and aggravated assault
The oil and gas company’s outgoing chief executive has dismissed rumours around his exit as “tattle” as interim boss Meg O’Neill made it clear she won’t be a lame duck CEO.
A woman who stalked, extorted and threatened her lover, his ex-wife and edited their daughter’s face onto pornographic pictures then sent them to her school has been found guilty of the crimes.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is claiming credit for Premier Mark McGowan’s electoral wipe out of the WA Liberal Party, in his first trip to Perth in 537 days.
Close to 300L of a chemical bonding and sealing agent has been offloaded in the cyclone-smashed town as fears grow over the mountains of asbestos strewn across the area.
More than 30 people have been arrested this week, but the district’s top cop says there has not been any looting.
The captain of a bulk carrier off the Pilbara coast has become the second person on the ship to be infected with COVID-19.
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